Sweet bride Rose wanted knew she wanted just one thing on her wedding day… roses, roses roses. She was after a soft and romantic atmosphere and flowers were very important to her. What better place to have the ceremony than the Toronto Botanical Gardens on a lovey day in June. Favouring a soft palette of blush, peach with splashes of coral for a little pop, we designed lush florals using hydrangea, baby’s breath and of course lots and lots of roses.
The bridal bouquet was a stunning combination of roses and spray roses in shades of ivory, blush, peach and coral with a fluttery dusty miller collar to tie in her grey accent colour.
The bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets of the same roses accented with baby’s breath to soften the look and tie in the ongoing baby’s breath trend which is all the rage now!
The ceremony was set up at the indoor pavilion with walls of windows showing the surrounding gardens. We brought the gardens indoors by tying aisle markers of tinted hydrangea, roses and spray roses to each chair lining the aisle. Matching large floral pieces on tall glass vases flanking both the entrance and the altar at the front. A dusting of rose petals down the aisle finished the look.
The reception took place at the Park Hyatt in downtown Toronto and featured low centerpieces full of tinted hydrangea, roses, spray roses and dusty miller.
The icing on the cake was a lovely thank you note we received from the bride less than a week after her wedding saying the flowers were better than she could have ever imagined and her guests ranted and raved about them. We always love receiving that kind of news!
Best of luck to Rose and her new husband Vincent for a long and happy marriage.
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